Isn't a clean reboot primarily a software thing? If you have to turn the power on and off, you're resetting it, not rebooting it.
And anyways, even if power on/off doesn't "reset the RAM" (clear it, whatever word you want to use), presumably you'd be able to tell the controller to do that. I can't "reset" my hard drive state by turning the power off, but I can format it (either just replacing the filesystem info or by actually rewriting it)
I'm one of those wacky "intellectually challenged" Bible people you may have heard about
But I can actually agree with you here... because reason and intent is something that is awfully hard to prove without, uh, well, something that has reason and intent. As I understand it, unless you go for theistic evolution, evolution is entirely a natural process and evolution does not occur with some future reason or intent in "mind." It can't. It has no mind, reason, or intent.
So to say that something evolved to prevent something? I could see trying to argue that it was, at least, a side-effect, perhaps even a primary effect, but to give a purely natural process an intent of *prevention*
When I was growing up, the teams were life-sized humans on grass.
Which, actually, is why we're on your lawn.
If you think the system is working, ask someone who's waiting for a prompt.